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    cjacobs4247
    Fri Jul 20, 2012 10:56 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Please explain to me how I can take recipes from home and insert it into a homemade cookbook from this site. Also, can you take pinterest recipes and copy paste them into the cookbook.

    I am looking for a place that i can gather recipes from everywhere and put them in one centralized place. Also, can access from the internet when i'm in the grocery store.

    thanks, cathy
    duonyte
    Fri Jul 20, 2012 11:34 am
    Forum Host
    You can set up cookbooks for yourself however you like - I have cookbooks for soup, crockpot, Asian - set them up in terms of how you think of recipes.

    To add recipes, go to the blue box next to your icon. When the big box opens, look at the bottom right where there is Submit a Recipe.

    If you intend to make a recipe public, it is vital that you check whether it is already in our database. We spend a lot of time removing duplicates.

    If you want to keep it private, then you can put in whatever you like. Just remember that private recipes will not show up in a public cookbook, so you would not be able to share them with others.

    Copy and paste does not work well for recipes, something about formatting, and there is no import function.

    I am afraid I cannot answer about functionality from phones or other devices.
    Molly53
    Fri Jul 20, 2012 2:24 pm
    Forum Host
    cjacobs4247 wrote:
    Please explain to me how I can take recipes from home and insert it into a homemade cookbook from this site. Also, can you take pinterest recipes and copy paste them into the cookbook.

    I am looking for a place that i can gather recipes from everywhere and put them in one centralized place. Also, can access from the internet when i'm in the grocery store.

    thanks, cathy
    Hi, Cathy! You'll need to enter your recipe into the db before you can enter it into your cookbook/s. Take a look at the links below for the information you need.

    If I might say, we have nearly a half-million recipes already in our db. Chances are VERY good that any recipes you might gather from elsewhere are already in this one, centralized place. icon_smile.gif

    Please click on the links highlighted in red to see the information:

    How to Post Your Delicious Recipe

    Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Your Cookbooks
    (every member has a personal cookbook and the option to create as many custom cookbooks as you wish)

    More Than Fifty Forums For You To Enjoy

    How to Write Great Recipe Reviews

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Welcome to the forums! It's very nice to meet a new friend. icon_smile.gif


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